Microsoft's marketing slogan for "Halo 3" is "finish the fight," but it could more appropriately be "don't mess with success."
John Badham's 1977 movie remains a zesty, hugely enjoyable saga of young stardom and working-class ambition, lovingly celebrated here for the way it both captured and electrified disco culture, its…
There's more than one fall TV season these days. In addition to the annual return of scripted fare to the major networks, early autumn now kicks off primetime for DVD releases of current TV shows.
This four-disc set includes the 23 trailer-park-themed episodes from the Peacock skein's second season, which netted a comedy supporting thesp Emmy for Jaime Pressly.
Pay outlets like HBO and Showtime have to approach the TV-on-DVD money tree with a little more caution than the broadcast networks do.
If you're searching for an analogy to describe the still-potent TV-on-DVD market, look no further than NBC U's "Heroes."
"World in Conflict" strips the frustration out of the traditional strategy genre, leaving just the thrill of head-to-head conflict in a game built around an alternative 1980s that saw the Cold War…
The summer boxoffice broke records, which confounded dire predictions and brought a shot of much-needed adrenalin to Hollywood. Now the big question is whether the declining DVD business can get a…
Just as NBC's "The Office" and "30 Rock" are exiting iTunes, another laffer -- CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" -- is finally set to debut on Apple's video download service.
Microsoft will hit the tube in a big way to promote next week's launch of its vidgame "Halo 3."
After years of negotiations between studios and consumer electronics manufacturers, retailers and individuals can now burn studio movies and TV shows onto a DVD.